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Comparing the (print) market

We’ve all heard of price comparison websites for things like car insurance, phone deals and holiday packages, but what about price comparison for print jobs?

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Terence Livingstone, founder of 3printprices

Designed to “take away the pain of shopping around for the best print at the right price”, a website has been launched which does just that.

Terence Livingstone and Jonny Ucko have put their heads together to create 3printpieces. After filling in a quote form, three of the most highly competitive quote prices are generated.

To streamline the search process, once the preferred supplier is selected, the order is processed without the need to re-enter information.

There is no need to spend hours shopping around, or going to multiple sites, re-keying in the same information again and again

Livingstone describes the new platform as “taking the insanity out of printing” and adds: “It is much easier and faster than trawling through multiple sites to find the best choice. 3printprices compares the offers and deals available to find the best price.

“Users know they are going to get the high-quality print product they need at the time they need it. There is no need to spend hours shopping around, or going to multiple sites, re-keying in the same information again and again.”

The duo has partnered with print-service-providers including Saxoprint, Helloprint, Print24 and Mixam and with reliable print quality delivered to deadlines a fundamental part of print, Livingstone says: “We are delighted that we are working with such well recognised, dependable, expert industry operations.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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